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BSIA CEO interviewed by Key Security Industry Figures. PART 2 Newly appointed BSIA CEO, Mike Reddington in an infologue.com exclusive, is interviewed by Key Figures in the Manned Security Industry Read on »
Carl Palmer – Creativity in the Security Industry In his latest blog for infologue.com Carl Palmer, Exec Chairman at CIS Security asks: Have you left room for creativity in your security business? Read on »
David Ward – Protecting our businesses from Cyber attacks In his blog for infologue David Ward, CEO at Ward Security discusses the importance of cyber awareness & why integrating physical and cyber security is crucial Read on »
Friday, 19 April 2019

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Top Results For Security Staff At Birminghams Saint Patricks Day Festival

During Birmingham’s Saint Patricks Day festival on Sunday [15 March] the Security Industry Authority, West Midlands Police and Trading Standards officers found all security staff inspected were working legally with SIA licences.

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SIA Stakeholder Conference 21 May

The SIA is hosting its third annual stakeholder conference, The SIA Journey: have we gone far enough?

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MITIE Secures Funding To Act On Its Skills Pledge

MITIE, the strategic outsourcing and asset management company, has secured a National Employer Service (NES) contract to fund a series of training programmes as part of its Skills Pledge.

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Businesses Warned Of Costs Of Inadequate Protection For Lone Workers

New legislation on corporate manslaughter has dramatically raised the potential costs to businesses that fail to adequately protect their staff and customers.

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Reward the talent of your apprentices through national award

The British Security Industry Association’s Annual Apprentice Installer Awards showcase the high standards and professionalism of young apprentices in the private security industry, and are a unique opportunity for young rising stars to be acknowledged as part of an unmissable event.

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SSIAB Expands Its Team

SSAIB is again expanding its inspection and auditing team with the addition of Lynn Watts-Plumpkin as Scheme Manager and Dave Roscoe as ARC Specialist and Inspector.

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Cash-In-Transit Attacks Remain A Serious Problem

The latest statistics from the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) show that attacks against cash-in-transit couriers remain a serious problem, despite the criminal standing a significant chance of getting caught.

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Manchester Asked To Rise To The Challenge

Counter terrorism and business continuity issues will be the focus of the 14th annual Manchester Security 2009 event which will educate businesses on how to rise to the challenge in a society facing changing crime trends.

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